Italy - International Matches 2020-2029


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2020 

824. 
Firenze ("Stadio Artemio Franchi") - Friday 4 September 2020, h. 20:45 
ITALY – BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA    1-1 (0-0)       Nations League (League A, Group 1, 1st Match) 
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 17, Florenzi (Roma) 36, Bonucci (Juventus) 96, Acerbi (Lazio) 7,  
              Biraghi (Inter) 8, Pellegrini (Roma) 13 (86' Kean (Everton) 4), Sensi (Inter) 5,  
              Barella (Inter) 13, Chiesa (Fiorentina) 18 (72' Zaniolo (Roma) 6), Belotti (Torino) 28 
              (73' Immobile (Lazio) 40), Insigne (Napoli) 35. Tr.: Mancini 
BOSNIA:       Sehic, Cipetic, Sunjic, Sanicanin, Kolasinac (83' Civic), Cimirot, Hadziahmetovic,  
              Gojak, Visca (86' Milosevic), Dzeko, Hodzic (77' Besic). Tr.: Bajevic 
Referee: Sidiropoulos (Greece) 
Scorers: 58' Dzeko, 68' Sensi 
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic) 

825. 
Amsterdam ("Johan Cruijff Arena") – Monday 7 September 2020, h. 20:45 
NETHERLANDS – ITALY           0-1 (0-1)       Nations League (League A, Group 1, 2nd Match) 
NETHERLANDS:  Cillessen, Hateboer (70' Dumfries), Veltman, Van Dijk, Aké (81' de Jong L.), de Roon,  
              Van de Beek (57' Bergwijn), de Jong F., Wijnaldum, Depay, Promes. Tr.: Lodeweges 
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 18, D'Ambrosio (Inter) 4, Bonucci (Juventus) 97, Chiellini (Juventus) 
              104, Spinazzola (Roma) 9, Barella (Inter) 14, Jorginho (Chelsea) 23, Locatelli (Sassuolo) 
              1 (81' Cristante (Roma) 8), Zaniolo (Roma) 7 (42' Kean (Everton) 5), Immobile (Lazio) 41,  
              Insigne (Napoli) 36 (90' Chiesa (Fiorentina) 19). Tr.: Mancini 
Referee: Brych (Germany) 
Scorers: 45' Barella 
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

826.
Firenze ("Stadio Artemio Franchi") – Wednesday 7 October 2020, h. 20:45
ITALY – MOLDOVA               6-0 (5-0)       Friendly
ITALY:        Sirigu (Torino) 25 (67' Cragno (Cagliari) 1), Lazzari (Lazio) 2, Mancini G. (Roma) 4, 
              Acerbi (Lazio) 8, Biraghi (Fiorentina) 9 (67' Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 8), Locatelli 
              (Sassuolo) 2, Cristante (Roma) 9, Bonaventura (Fiorentina) 15 (67' Sensi (Inter) 6), 
              Berardi (Sassuolo) 6 (75' Kean (Paris Saint-Germain) 6), Caputo (Sassuolo) 1 (75' Lasagna
              (Udinese) 5), El Shaarawy (Shanghai Shenhua) 26 (67' Grifo (Freiburg) 3). Tr.: Mancini
MOLDOVA:      Koselev (46' Namasco), Platica, Craciun (46' Reabciuk), Posmac, Armas, Marandici 
              (46' Mudrac), Rata, Carp (29' Epureanu), Ionita, Suvorov (46' Cociuc), Nicolaescu 
              (79' Milinceanu). Tr.: Fırat
Referee: Siebert (Germany)
Scorers: 18' Cristante, 23' Caputo, 30' El Shaarawy, 37' Posmac og., 45' El Shaarawy, 72' Berardi
Attendance: 1.000

827.
Gdańsk ("Stadion Energa") – Sunday 11 October 2020, h. 20:45
POLAND – ITALY                0-0             Nations League (League A, Group 1, 3rd Match)
POLAND:       Fabianski, Kedziora, Glik, Walukiewicz, Bereszynski, Krychowiak, Moder, Szymanski 
              (60' Grosicki), Klich (71' Milik), Jozwiak (83' Karbownik), Lewandowski (83' Linetty).
              Tr.: Brzeczek
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 19, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 37, Bonucci (Juventus) 98, Acerbi 
              (Lazio) 9, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 9, Barella (Inter) 15 (79' Locatelli (Sassuolo) 3), 
              Jorginho (Chelsea) 24, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 37, Chiesa (Juventus) 20 (71' Kean 
              (Paris Saint-Germain) 7), Belotti (Torino) 29 (83' Caputo (Sassuolo) 2), Pellegrini 
              (Roma) 14 (83' Berardi (Sassuolo) 7). Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Sanchez Martinez (Spain) 
Attendance: 7.000

828.
Bergamo ("Gewiss Stadium") – Wednesday 14 October 2020, h. 20:45
ITALY – NETHERLANDS           1-1 (1-1)       Nations League (League A, Group 1, 4th Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 20, D'Ambrosio (Inter) 5, Bonucci (Juventus) 99, Chiellini (Juventus)
              105, Spinazzola (Roma) 10, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 38 (56' Locatelli (Sassuolo) 4), 
              Jorginho (Chelsea) 25, Barella (Inter) 16, Immobile (Lazio) 42, Chiesa (Juventus) 21 
              (56' Kean (Paris Saint-Germain) 8), Pellegrini (Roma) 15 (73' Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 38).
              Tr.: Roberto Mancini
NETHERLANDS:  Cillessen, de Vrij, van Dijk, Aké, Hateboer, van de Beek, de Jong F., Wijnaldum, Blind 
              (77' Veltman), de Jong L., Depay (92' Babel). Tr.: Frank De Boer
Referee: Taylor (England)
Scorers: 16' Pellegrini, 26' van de Beek
Attendance: 1.000 

829.
Firenze ("Stadio Artemio Franchi") – Wednesday 11 November 2020, h. 20:45
ITALY – ESTONIA               4-0 (2-0)       Friendly
ITALY:        Sirigu (Torino) 26, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 3, D'Ambrosio (Inter) 6 (80' Calabria (Milan) 1), 
              Bastoni (Inter) 1, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 10 (72' Pellegrini Lu. (Genoa) 1), Soriano
              (Bologna) 9, Tonali (Milan) 4 (46' Pessina (Atalanta) 1), Gagliardini (Inter) 7, Bernardeschi
              (Juventus) 25 (72' Orsolini (Bologna) 2), Lasagna (Udinese) 6 (72' Pellegri (Monaco) 1), Grifo
              (Freiburg) 4 (80' El Shaarawy (Shanghai Shenhua) 27. Tr.: Mancini
ESTONIA:      Meerits, Teniste (46' Lilander), Baranov, Mets, Pikk (78' Jarvelaid), Ainsalu (46' Tunjov), 
              Soomets, Liivak, Miller (59' Sorga), Marin (46' Tur). Sappinen (59' Lepik). Tr.: Voolaid
Referee: Obrenovic (Slovenia)
Scorers: 14' Grifo, 27' Bernardeschi, 75' Grifo pen., 86' Orsolini pen.
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic) 
Note: Mancini was not present because tested positive for COVID-19, Alberigo Evani replaced him on the Italian bench

830.
Reggio Emilia ("Stadio Mapei - Città del Tricolore") – Sunday 15 November 2020, h. 20:45
ITALY – POLAND                2-0 (1-0)       Nations League (League A, Group 1, 5th Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 21, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 39 (90' Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 4), Acerbi 
              (Lazio) 10, Bastoni (Inter) 2, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 11, Barella (Inter) 17, Jorginho 
              (Chelsea) 26, Locatelli (Sassuolo) 5, Bernardeschi (Juventus) 26 (64' Berardi (Sassuolo) 8), 
              Belotti (Torino) 30 (79' Okaka (Udinese) 5), Insigne (Napoli) 37 (90' El Shaarawy (Shanghai Shenhua) 
              28). Tr.: Mancini
POLAND:       Szczesny, Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek, Reca, Krychowiak, Moder (46' Goralski), Szymanski (46' 
              Zielinski), Linetty (74' Milik), Jozwiak (46' Grosicki), Lewandowski. Tr.: Brzeczek
Referee: Turpin (France)
Scorers: 27' Jorginho pen., 83' Berardi
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic) 
Note: Mancini was not present because tested positive for COVID-19, Alberigo Evani replaced him on the Italian bench

831.
Sarajevo ("Stadion Grbavica") – Wednesday 18 November 2020, h. 20:45
BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA – ITALY    0-2 (0-1)       Nations League (League A, Group 1, 6th Match)
BOSNIA:       Piric, Corluka, Hadzikadunic, Sanicanin, Kadusic (79' Todorovic), Cimirot, Pjanic (76' Danilovic), 
              Gojak, Tatar (79' Rahmanovic), Prevljak (79' Hadzic), Krunic (72' Loncar). Tr.: Bajevic.
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 22, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 40 (46' Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 5), Acerbi
              (Lazio) 11, Bastoni (Inter) 3, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 12, Barella (Inter) 18, Jorginho
              (Chelsea) 27, Locatelli (Sassuolo) 6, Berardi (Sassuolo) 9 (82' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 27), 
              Belotti (Torino) 31 (82' Lasagna (Udinese) 7), Insigne (Napoli) 38 (93' Calabria (Milan) 2).
              Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Soares Dias (Portugal)
Scorers: 22' Belotti, 68' Berardi
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic) 
Note: Mancini was not present because tested positive for COVID-19, Alberigo Evani replaced him on the Italian bench
 
2021 

832.
Parma ("Stadio Ennio Tardini") – Thursday 25 March 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – NORTHERN IRELAND      2-0 (2-0)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 1st Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 23, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 41, Bonucci (Juventus) 100, Chiellini
              (Juventus) 106, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 13 (75' Spinazzola (Roma) 11), Pellegrini (Roma) 16 
              (63' Barella (Inter) 19), Locatelli (Sassuolo) 7 (84' Pessina (Atalanta) 2), Verratti 
              (Paris Saint-Germain) 39, Berardi (Sassuolo) 10 (75' Chiesa (Juventus) 22), Immobile (Lazio) 43,
              Insigne (Napoli) 39 (84' Grifo (Freiburg) 5). Tr.: Mancini
N. IRELAND:   Peacock-Farrell, Smith, Cathcart, Evans J., Dallas, Evans C. (46' Saville), McNair, McCann 
              (78' Thompson), Davis, Whyte (63' Lavery), Magennis (78' Lafferty). Tr.: Baraclough
Referee: Palabiyik (Turkey)
Scorers: 14' Berardi, 39' Immobile
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

833.
Sofia ("Vasil Levski") – Sunday 28 March 2021, h. 20:45
BULGARIA – ITALY              0-2 (0-1)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 2nd Match)
BULGARIA:     Iliev P., Dimov D., Antov, Bozhikov, Cicinho (46' Karagaren), Chochev, Kostadinov (62' Malinov), 
              Vitanov (88' Rainov), Tsvetanov, Delev (78' Iliev A.), Galabinov. Tr.: Petrov
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 24, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 42 (68' Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 6), Bonucci
              (Juventus) 101, Acerbi (Lazio) 12, Spinazzola (Roma) 12, Barella (Inter) 20, Sensi (Inter) 7 
              (68' Locatelli (Sassuolo) 8), Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain 40) (88' Pessina (Atalanta) 3), 
              Chiesa (Juventus) 23 (76' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 28), Belotti (Torino) 32 (76' Immobile (Lazio) 
              44), Insigne (Napoli) 40. Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Vincic (Slovenia)
Scorers: 43' Belotti pen., 83' Locatelli
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

834.
Vilnius ("LFF stadionas") – Wednesday 31 March 2021, h. 21:45
LITHUANIA – ITALY             0-2 (0-0)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 3rd Match)
LITHUNAIA:    Svedkauskas, Mikoliunas (74' Gaspuitis), Beneta, Girdvainis, Vaitkunas, Dapkus, Simkus 
              (83' Petravicius), Slivka, Novikovas, Sirgedas (58' Eliosius), Cernych (74' Kazlauskas).
              Tr.: Urbonas
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 25, Toloi (Atalanta) 1, Mancini G. (Roma) 5, Bastoni (Inter) 4 (89' Acerbi
              (Lazio) 13), Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 14 (56' Spinazzola (Roma) 13), Pessina (Atalanta) 4 
              (62' Barella (Inter) 21), Locatelli (Sassuolo) 9, Pellegrini (Roma) 17 (46' Sensi (Inter) 8),
              Bernardeschi (Juventus) 29, Immobile (Lazio) 45, El Shaarawy (Roma) 29 (46' Chiesa (Juventus) 24).
              Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Raczkowski (Poland)
Scorers: 48' Sensi, 94' Immobile pen.
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

835.
Cagliari ("Sardegna Arena") – Friday 29 May 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – SAN MARINO            7-0 (2-0)       Friendly
ITALY:        Cragno (Cagliari) 2 (64' Meret (Napoli) 2), Toloi (Atalanta) 2, Mancini G. (Roma) 6 
              (64' Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 7), Ferrari (Sassuolo) 1, Biraghi (Fiorentina) 10 (73' Bastoni
              (Inter) 5), Pessina (Atalanta) 5 (88' Barella (Inter) 22), Cristante (Roma) 10, Castrovilli
              (Fiorentina) 2, Bernardeschi (Juventus) 30, Kean (Paris Saint-Germain) 9 (46' Politano 
              (Napoli) 4, Grifo (Freiburg) 6 (64' Belotti (Torino) 33). Tr.: Mancini
SAN MARINO:   Benedettini E., Battistini Ma., Fabbri, Rossi, Grandoni (52' Vitaioli M.), Golinucci E., 
              Mularoni (88' Golinucci A.), Tomassini F. (52' Brolli), Hirsch (52' Lunadei), Palazzi 
              (73' D'Addario), Nanni (88' Tomassini D.). Tr.: Varrella
Referee: Farrugia Cann (Malta)
Scorers: 32' Bernardeschi, 34' Ferrari, 49' Politano, 67' Belotti, 75' Pessina, 77' Politano, 87' Pessina
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

836.
Bologna ("Stadio Renato Dall'Ara") – Friday 4 June 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – CZECH REPUBLIC        4-0 (2-0)       Friendly
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 26, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 43 (86' Toloi (Atalanta) 3), Bonucci
              (Juventus) 102, Chiellini (Juventus) 107 (64' Acerbi (Lazio) 14), Spinazzola (Roma) 14 
              (64' Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 15), Barella (Inter) 23, Jorginho (Chelsea) 28 (64' Cristante
              (Roma) 11), Locatelli (Sassuolo) 10, Berardi (Sassuolo) 11 (78' Chiesa (Juventus) 25), 
              Immobile (Lazio) 46 (78' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 1), Insigne (Napoli) 41. Tr.: Mancini
CZECH REP.:   Pavlenka, Coufal, Brabec, Celustka (46' Zima), Boril, Kral, Masopust (61' Sevcik), Darida
              (81' Sadilek), Barak (46' Soucek), Jankto (61' Vydra), Krmencik (46' Schick). Tr.: Silhavy
Referee: Tschudi (Switzerland)
Scorers: 23' Immobile, 42' Barella, 66' Insigne, 73' Berardi
Attendance: 0 (played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

837.
Roma ("Stadio Olimpico") – Friday 11 June 2021, h. 21:00
ITALY – TURKEY                3-0 (0-0)       European Championship (Group A, 1th Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 27, Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 44 (46' Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 8), Bonucci
              (Juventus) 103, Chiellini (Juventus) 108, Spinazzola (Roma) 15, Locatelli (Sassuolo) 11 
              (74' Cristante (Roma) 12), Jorginho (Chelsea) 29, Barella (Inter) 24, Berardi (Sassuolo) 12 
              (85' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 31), Immobile (Lazio) 47 (81' Belotti (Torino) 34), Insigne
              (Napoli) 42 (81' Chiesa (Juventus) 26). Tr.: Mancini
TURKEY:       Cakir, Celik, Demiral, Soyuncu, Meras, Yokuslu (65' Kahveci), Karaman (77' Dervisoglu), Tufan 
              (65' Ayhan), Yazici (46' Under), Calhanoglu, Yilmaz. Tr.: Gunes
Referee: Makkelie (Netherlands)
Scorers: 53' Demiral og., 66' Immobile, 79' Insigne
Attendance: 13.000

838.
Roma ("Stadio Olimpico") – Wednesday 16 June 2021, h. 21:00
ITALY – SWITZERLAND           3-0 (1-0)       European Championship (Group A, 2nd Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 28, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 9, Bonucci (Juventus) 104, Chiellini (Juventus) 109 
              (24' Acerbi (Lazio) 15), Spinazzola (Roma) 16, Barella (Inter) 25 (87' Cristante (Roma) 13), 
              Jorginho (Chelsea) 30, Locatelli (Sassuolo) 12 (87' Pessina (Atalanta) 6), Berardi (Sassuolo) 13
              (69' Toloi (Atalanta) 4), Immobile (Lazio) 48, Insigne (Napoli) 43 (69' Chiesa (Juventus) 27).
              Tr.: Mancini
SWITZERLAND:  Sommer, Elvedi, Schar (58' Zuber), Akanji, Mbabu (58' Widmer), Freuler (84' Sow), Xhaka, 
              Ricardo Rodriguez, Shaqiri (76' Ruben Vargas), Seferovic (46' Gavranovic), Embolo. Tr.: Petkovic
Referee: Karasev (Russia)
Scorers: 26' Locatelli, 52' Locatelli, 89' Immobile
Attendance: 12.500

839.
Roma ("Stadio Olimpico") – Sunday 20 June 2021, h. 18:00
ITALY – WALES                 1-0 (1-0)       European Championship (Group A, 3rd Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 29 (89' Sirigu (Torino) 27), Toloi (Atalanta) 5, Bonucci (Juventus) 105 
              (46' Acerbi (Lazio) 16), Bastoni (Inter) 6, Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 16, Pessina (Atalanta) 7 
              (87' Castrovilli (Fiorentina) 3), Jorginho (Chelsea) 31 (75' Cristante (Roma) 14), Verratti 
              (Paris Saint-Germain) 41, Chiesa (Juventus) 28, Belotti (Torino) 35, Bernardeschi (Juventus) 32 
              (75' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 2). Tr.: Mancini
WALES:        Ward, Gunter, Rodon, Ampadu, Roberts C., Allen (86' Levitt), Morrell (60' Moore), Williams N. 
              (86' Davies B.), Bale (86' Brooks), Ramsey, James (74' Wilson). Tr.: Page
Referee: Hategan (Romania)  
Scorers: 39' Pessina
Attendance: 11.500
Note: 55' Ampadu sent off

840.
London ("Wembley Stadium") – Saturday 26 June 2021, h. 20:00
ITALY – AUSTRIA               2-1 aet (0-0, 0-0, 2-0) European Championship (1/8 Final)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 30, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 10, Bonucci (Juventus) 106, Acerbi (Lazio) 17, 
              Spinazzola (Roma) 17, Barella (Inter) 26 (67' Pessina (Atalanta) 8), Jorginho (Chelsea) 32, 
              Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 42 (67' Locatelli (Sassuolo) 13), Berardi (Sassuolo) 14 
              (84' Chiesa (Juventus) 29), Immobile (Lazio) 49 (84' Belotti (Torino) 36), Insigne (Napoli) 44 
              (108' Cristante (Roma) 15). Tr.: Mancini
AUSTRIA:      Bachmann, Lainer (114' Trimmel), Dragovic, Hinteregger, Alaba, Schlager X. (106' Gregoritsch), 
              Grillitsch (106' Schaub), Laimer (114' Ilsanker), Sabitzer, Baugartner (90' Schopf), Arnautovic
              (97' Kalajdzic). Tr.: Foda
Referee: Taylor (England)
Scorers: 95' Chiesa, 105' Pessina, 114' Kalajdzic
Attendance: 19.000

841.
München ("Allianz Arena") – Friday 2 July 2021, h. 21:00
ITALY – BELGIUM               2-1 (2-1)       European Championship (Quarterfinals)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 31, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 11, Bonucci (Juventus) 107, Chiellini (Juventus) 110, 
              Spinazzola (Roma) 18 (79' Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 17), Barella (Inter) 27, Jorginho (Chelsea) 
              33, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 43 (74' Cristante (Roma) 16), Chiesa (Juventus) 30 (90' Toloi
              (Atalanta) 6), Immobile (Lazio) 50 (74' Belotti (Torino) 37), Insigne (Napoli) 45 (79' Berardi
              (Sassuolo) 15). Tr.: Mancini
BELGIUM:      Courtois, Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen, Meunier (70' Chadli, 73' Praet), Witsel, Tielemans
              (70' Mertens), Hazard T., De Bruyne, Doku, Lukaku. Tr.: Martinez
Referee: Vincic (Slovenia)
Scorers: 31' Barella, 44' Insigne, 45' Lukaku pen.
Attendance: 13.000  

842.
London ("Wembley Stadium") – Tuesday 6 July 2021, h. 20:00
ITALY – SPAIN                 5-3 after penalties (1-1 a.e.t.) European Championship (Semifinals)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Milan) 32, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 12, Bonucci (Juventus) 108, Chiellini (Juventus) 111, 
              Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 18 (74' Toloi (Atalanta) 7), Barella (Inter) 28 (85' Locatelli (Sassuolo)
              14), Jorginho (Chelsea) 34, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 44 (74' Pessina (Atalanta) 9), Chiesa
              (Juventus) 31 (107' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 33), Immobile (Lazio) 51 (61' Berardi (Sassuolo) 16), 
              Insigne (Napoli) 46 (85' Belotti (Torino) 38). Tr.: Mancini
SPAIN:        Unai Simon, Azpilicueta (85' Marcos Llorente), Eric Garcia (109' Pau Torres), Laporte, Jordi Alba,
              Koke (70' Rodri), Sergio Busquets (106' Thiago Alcantara), Pedri, Ferran Torres (61' Morata), Oyarzabal 
              (70' Gerard Moreno), Dani Olmo. Tr.: Luis Enrique
Referee: Brych (Germany)
Scorers: 60' Chiesa, 80' Morata
Penalties: Locatelli missed, Dani Olmo missed, Belotti gol, Gerard Moreno gol, Bonucci gol, Thiago Alcántara gol,
           Bernardeschi gol, Morata missed, Jorginho gol
Attendance: 57.800

843.
London ("Wembley Stadium") – Sunday 11 July 2021, h. 20:00
ENGLAND – ITALY               3-4 after penalties (1-1 a.e.t) European Championship (Final)
ENGLAND:     Pickford, Walker (120' Sancho), Stones, Maguire, Trippier (71' Saka), Phillips, Rice (74' Henderson, 
             120' Rashford), Shaw, Sterling, Mount (99' Grealish), Kane. Tr.: Southgate
ITALY:       Donnarumma (Milan) 33, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 13, Bonucci (Juventus) 109, Chiellini (Juventus) 112, 
             Emerson Palmieri (Chelsea) 19 (118' Florenzi (Paris Saint-Germain) 45), Barella (Inter) 29 (55' 
             Cristante (Roma) 17), Jorginho (Chelsea) 35, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 45 (96' Locatelli (Sassuolo) 
             15), Chiesa (Juventus) 32 (86' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 34), Immobile (Lazio) 52 (55' Berardi (Sassuolo) 
             17), Insigne (Napoli) 47 (91' Belotti (Torino) 39). Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Kuipers (Netherlands)
Scorers: 2' Shaw, 67' Bonucci
Penalties: Berardi gol, Kane gol, Belotti missed, Maguire gol, Bonucci gol, Rashford missed, Bernardeschi gol, 
           Sancho missed, Jorginho missed, Saka missed
Attendance: 67.170
Note: Italy win European Championship

UEFA European Championship 2020

Italian players: 
Nr.     Name                   Team           Born            M Pl.  Mins   Goals   Role
1       Salvatore Sirigu       (Torino)       12.01.1987       1       1      -      GK
2       Giovanni Di Lorenzo    (Napoli)       04.08.1993       6     585      -      D    
3       Giorgio Chiellini      (Juventus)     14.08.1984       5     443      -      D
4       Leonardo Spinazzola    (Roma)         25.03.1993       4     378      -      D
5       Manuel Locatelli       (Sassuolo)     08.01.1998       5     271      2      M
6       Marco Verratti         (Paris S.G.)   05.11.1992       5     397      -      M
7       Gaetano Castrovilli    (Fiorentina)   17.02.1997       1       3      -      M
8       Jorginho               (Chelsea)      20.12.1991       7     704      -      M
9       Andrea Belotti         (Torino)       20.12.1993       6     217      -      A
10      Lorenzo Insigne        (Napoli)       04.06.1991       6     507      2      A
11      Domenico Berardi       (Sassuolo)     01.98.1994       6     371      -      A
12      Matteo Pessina         (Atalanta)     21.04.1997       4     188      2      M
13      Emerson Palmieri       (Chelsea)      03.08.1994       4     291      -      D        
14      Federico Chiesa        (Juventus)     25.10.1997       7     437      2      M
15      Francesco Acerbi       (Lazio)        10.02.1988       3     232      -      D
16      Bryan Cristante        (Roma)         03.03.1995       6     129      -      M
17      Ciro Immobile          (Lazio)        20.02.1990       6     440      2      A
18      Nicolò Barella         (Inter)        07.02.1997       6     470      1      M
19      Leonardo Bonucci       (Juventus)     01.05.1987       7     675      1      D
20      Federico Bernardeschi  (Juventus)     16.02.1994       4     128      -      M
21      Gianluigi Donnarumma   (Milan)        25.02.1999       7     719      -      GK
22      Giacomo Raspadori      (Sassuolo)     18.02.2000       1      15      -      A
23      Alessandro Bastoni     (Inter)        13.04.1999       1      90      -      D
24      Alessandro Florenzi    (Paris S.G.)   11.03.1991       2      48      -      D
25      Rafael Toloi           (Atalanta)     10.10.1990       4     158      -      D
26      Alex Meret             (Napoli)       22.03.1997       -       -      -      GK

844. 
Firenze ("Stadio Artemio Franchi") – Thursday 2 September 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – BULGARIA              1-1 (1-1)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 4th Match)  
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 34, Florenzi (Milan) 46 (63' Toloi (Atalanta) 8), Bonucci (Juventus)
              110, Acerbi (Lazio) 18, Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 20 (90' Pellegrini (Roma) 18), Barella (Inter) 
              30 (63' Cristante (Roma) 18), Jorginho (Chelsea) 36, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 46, Chiesa (Juventus)
              33, Immobile (Lazio) 53 (75' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 3), Insigne (Napoli) 48 (75' Berardi (Sassuolo) 18).
              Tr.: Mancini.
BULGARIA:     Georgiev, Hristov A., Antov, Hristov P., Nedyalkov, Kostadinov, Vitanov (75' Malinov), Yankov 
              (57' Chochev), Despodov (75' Kirilov), Iliev A. (70' Krastev), Yomov (46' Delev). Tr.: Petrov.  
Referee: Gozubuyuk (Netherlands)
Scorers: 16' Chiesa, 40' Iliev A.
Attendance: 14.400

845.
Basel ("Stadion St. Jakob") – Sunday 5 September 2021, h. 20:45 
SWITZERLAND – ITALY           0-0             World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 5th Match)
SWITZERLAND:  Sommer, Widmer, Elvedi, Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez (63' Ulisses Garcia), Aebischer, Frei F., Sow 
              (63' Zakaria), Steffen (71' Fassnacht), Zuber (63' Vargas), Seferovic (85' Zeqiri). Tr.: Yakin
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 35, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 14, Bonucci (Juventus) 111, Chiellini (Juventus)
              113, Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 21, Barella (Inter) 31 (90' Pessina (Atalanta) 10), Jorginho
              (Chelsea) 37, Locatelli (Juventus) 16 (77' Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain 47), Berardi (Sassuolo) 19 
              (60' Chiesa (Juventus) 34), Immobile (Lazio) 54 (60' Zaniolo (Roma) 8), Insigne (Napoli) 49 
              (90' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 4). Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Del Cerro Grande (Spain)
Attendance: 31.500
Note: 53' Jorginho missed a penalty
      Italy set new world record with 36 consecutive games without defeat

846.
Reggio Emilia ("Stadio Mapei - Città del Tricolore") – Wednesday 8 September 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – LITHUANIA             5-0 (4-0)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 6th Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 36 (46' Sirigu (Genoa) 28), Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 15, Acerbi (Lazio) 19,
              Bastoni (Inter) 7, Biraghi (Fiorentina) 11 (46' Calabria (Milan) 3), Pessina (Atalanta) 11, Jorginho
              (Chelsea) 38 (61' Castrovilli (Fiorentina) 4), Cristante (Roma) 19, Bernardeschi (Juventus) 35 
              (61' Scamacca (Sassuolo) 1), Raspadori (Sassuolo) 5, Kean (Juventus) 10 (73' Berardi (Sassuolo) 20).
              Tr.: Mancini
LITHUANIA:    Setkus, Lasickas, Klimavicius (83' Tutyskinas), Utkus (46' Satkus), Slavickas (46' Barauskas), Dapkus
              (46' Megelaitis), Slivka, Kazlauskas D., Verbickas, Novikovas, Dubickas (73' Uzela). Tr.: Razanauskas.
Referee: Pawson (England)
Scorers: 11' Kean, 14' Utkus og., 24' Raspadori, 29' Kean, 54' Di Lorenzo
Attendance: 10.500
Note: Italy set new world record with 37 consecutive games without defeat

847.
Milano ("Giuseppe Meazza-San Siro") – Wednesday 6 October 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – SPAIN                 1-2 (0-2)       Nations League (Semifinals)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 37, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 16, Bonucci (Juventus) 112, Bastoni (Inter) 8, 
              Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 22, Barella (Inter) 32 (72' Calabria (Milan) 4), Jorginho (Chelsea)
              39 (64' Pellegrini (Roma) 19), Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 48 (58' Locatelli (Juventus) 17), Chiesa
              (Juventus) 35, Bernardeschi (Juventus) 36 (46' Chiellini (Juventus) 114), Insigne (Napoli) 50 (58' Kean
              (Juventus) 11). Tr.: Mancini
SPAIN:        Unai Simon, Azpilicueta, Laporte, Pau Torres, Marcos Alonso, Koke (75' Merino), Sergio Busquets, Gavi 
              (84' Sergi Roberto), Sarabia (75' Bryan Gil), Ferran Torres (49' Yeremi Pino), Oyarzabal. 
              Tr.: Luis Enrique
Referee: Karasev (Russia)
Scorers: 17' Ferran Torres, 45' Ferran Torres, 83' Pellegrini
Attendance: 33.500
Note: 42' Bonucci sent off

848.
Torino ("Juventus Stadium") – Sunday 10 October 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – BELGIUM               2-1 (0-0)       Nations League (Third Place Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 38, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 17, Acerbi (Lazio) 20, Bastoni (Inter) 9, 
              Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 23, Barella (Inter) 33 (70' Cristante (Roma) 20), Locatelli (Juventus)
              18, Pellegrini (Roma) 20 (70' Jorginho (Chelsea) 40), Berardi (Sassuolo) 21 (92' Insigne (Napoli) 51),
              Raspadori (Sassuolo) 6 (65' Kean (Juventus) 12), Chiesa (Juventus) 36 (92' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 37).
              Tr.: Mancini.
BELGIUM:      Courtois, Alderweireld, Denayer, Vertonghen, Castagne, Witsel, Tielemans (59' De Bruyne), Saelemaekers
              (59' De Ketelaere), Vanaken, Batshuayi, Ferreira Carrasco (87' Trossard). Tr.: Roberto Martinez
Referee: Jovanovic (Serbia)
Scorers: 47' Barella, 65' Berardi pen., 86' De Ketelaere
Attendance: 16.700

849.
Roma ("Stadio Olimpico") – Friday 12 November 2021, h. 20:45
ITALY – SWITZERLAND           1-1 (1-1)       World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 7th Match)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 39, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 18, Bonucci (Juventus) 113, Acerbi (Lazio) 21,
              Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 24 (79' Calabria (Milan) 5), Barella (Inter) 34 (69' Cristante (Roma)
              21), Jorginho (Chelsea) 41, Locatelli (Juventus) 19 (58' Tonali (Milan) 5), Chiesa (Juventus) 37, Belotti
              (Torino) 40 (58' Berardi (Sassuolo) 22), Insigne (Napoli) 52 (79' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 7). 
              Tr.: Roberto Mancini
SWITZERLAND:  Sommer, Widmer, Akanji, Schar, Ricardo Rodriguez (69' Ulisses Garcia), Zakaria, Vargas (87' Zeqiri), 
              Freuler, Shaqiri (79' Sow), Steffen (69' Imeri), Okafor (79' Frei F.). Tr.: Murat Yakin
Referee: Taylor (England)
Scorers: 11' Widmer, 36' Di Lorenzo
Attendance: 45.700
Note: 90' Jorginho missed a penalty

850.
Belfast ("Windsor Park") – Monday 15 November 2021, h. 19:45
NORTHERN IRELAND – ITALY      0-0             World Cup Qualifying (Group C, 8th Match) 
NTH IRELAND:  Peacock-Farrell, Cathcart, Flanagan, Evans J., Lewis, Davis S., Dallas, McCann, Seville (72' Evans C.), 
              Whyte (72' Washington), Magennis. Tr.: Baraclough.   
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 40, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 19, Bonucci (Juventus) 114, Acerbi (Lazio) 22,
              Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 25 (80' Scamacca (Sassuolo) 2), Tonali (Milan) 6 (46' Cristante (Roma)
              22), Jorginho (Chelsea) 42 (68' Locatelli (Juventus) 20), Barella (Inter) 35 (64' Belotti (Torino) 41),
              Berardi (Sassuolo) 23, Insigne (Napoli) 53 (68' Bernardeschi (Juventus) 38), Chiesa (Juventus) 38. 
              Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Kovacs (Romania)
Attendance: 15.970  

2022

851.
Palermo ("Stadio Renzo Barbera") – Thursday 24 March 2022, h. 20:45
ITALY – NORTH MACEDONIA       0-1 (0-0)       World Cup Qualifying (Play-off, Semifinal)
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 41, Florenzi (Milan) 47, Mancini G. (Roma) 7 (89' Chiellini (Juventus)
              115), Bastoni (Inter) 10, Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 26, Barella (Inter) 36 (77' Tonali (Milan) 7),
              Jorginho (Chelsea) 43, Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain) 49, Berardi (Sassuolo) 24 (89' João Pedro (Cagliari)
              1), Immobile (Lazio) 55 (77' Pellegrini (Roma) 21), Insigne (Napoli) 54 (64' Raspadori (Sassuolo) 8).
              Tr.: Mancini
N. MACEDONIA: Dimitrievski, Ristovski S., Velkovski D. (85' Ristevski), Musliu, Alioski, Churlinov, Ademi (60' Ashkovski),
              Bardi, Nikolov (60' Spirovski), Ristovski M. (71' Miovski), Trajkovski. Tr.: Milevski
Referee: Turpin (France)
Scorers: 90+2' Trajkovski
Attendance: 34.100 

852.
Konya ("Büyükşehir Belediye") – Tuesday 29 March 2022, h. 21:45
TURKEY – ITALY                2-3 (1-2)       Friendly
TURKEY:       Bayindir, Kabak (9' Ayhan), Demiral, Soyuncu, Muldur, Tokoz (63' Ozcan), Calhanoglu (77' Antanlyali), 
              Yilmaz (63' Kutlu), Under, Unal (77' Sinik), Akturkoglu (63' Dursun). Tr.: Kuntz
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 42, De Sciglio (Juventus) 40, Acerbi (Lazio) 23, Chiellini (Juventus) 116
              (77' Bastoni (Inter) 11), Biraghi (Fiorentina) 12, Pessina (Atalanta) 12 (77' Sensi (Sampdoria) 9, Cristante
              (Roma) 23 (77' Locatelli (Juventus) 21), Tonali (Milan) 8, Zaniolo (Roma) 9 (46' Zaccagni (Lazio) 1), 
              Scamacca (Sassuolo) 3 (88' Belotti (Torino) 42), Raspadori (Sassuolo) 9 (89' Bonucci (Juventus) 115).
              Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Jorgji (Albania)
Scorers: 4' Under, 35' Cristante, 39' Raspadori, 70' Raspadori, 83' Dursun
Attendance: 40.000
 
853.
London ("Wembley Stadium") – Wednesday 1 June 2022, h. 19:45
ITALY – ARGENTINA             0-3 (0-2)       Finalissima
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 43, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 20, Bonucci (Juventus) 116, Chiellini (Juventus)
              117 (46' Lazzari (Lazio) 3), Emerson Palmieri (Olympique Lyon) 27 (77' Bastoni (Inter) 12), Pessina 
              (Atalanta) 13 (62' Spinazzola (Roma) 19), Jorginho (Chelsea) 44, Barella (Inter) 37, Bernardeschi 
              (Juventus) 39 (46' Locatelli (Juventus) 22), Belotti (Torino) 43 (46' Scamacca (Sassuolo) 4), Raspadori
              (Sassuolo) 10. Tr.: Mancini
ARGENTINA:    Emiliano Martinez, Molina, Romero (85' Pezzella), Otamendi, Tagliafico, De Paul (76' Palacios), Rodriguez, 
              Lo Celso (90' Dybala), Messi, Lautaro Martinez (85' Julian Alvarez), Di Maria (90' Nico Gonzalez).
              Tr.: Scaloni
Referee: Maza Gomez (Chile)
Scorers: 28' Lautaro Martinez, 45' Di Maria, 90'+4 Dybala
Attendance: 87.000

854.
Bologna ("Stadio Renato Dall'Ara") – Saturday 4 June 2022, h. 20:45
ITALY – GERMANY               1-1 (0-0)       Nations League (League A, Group 3, 1st Match) 
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 44, Florenzi (Milan) 48, Acerbi (Lazio) 24, Bastoni (Inter) 13, Biraghi
              (Fiorentina) 13 (85' Dimarco (Inter) 1), Frattesi (Sassuolo) 1 (85' Ricci (Torino) 1), Cristante (Roma)
              24, Tonali (Milan) 9 (80' Pobega (Torino) 1), Politano (Napoli) 5 (65' Gnonto (FC Zürich) 1), Scamacca
              (Sassuolo) 5 (85' Cancellieri (Verona) 1), Pellegrini (Roma) 22. Tr.: Mancini
GERMANY:      Neuer, Kehrer, Rudiger, Sule, Henrichs (59' Hofmann J.), Kimmich, Goretzka (70' Gundogan), Gnabry 
              (80' Raum), Muller (70' Havertz), Sané (59' Musiala), Werner. Tr.: Flick
Referee: Jovanovic (Serbia)
Scorers: 70' Pellegrini, 72' Kimmich
Attendance: 23.750

855.
Cesena ("Stadio Dino Manuzzi") – Tuesday 7 June 2022, h. 20:45
ITALY – HUNGARY               2-1 (2-0)       Nations League (League A, Group 3, 2nd Match)
ITALY:       Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 45, Calabria (Milan) 6, Mancini (Roma) 8, Bastoni (Inter) 14, Spinazzola
             (Roma) 20 (75' Dimarco (Inter) 2), Pellegrini (Roma) 23 (66' Locatelli (Juventus) 23), Cristante (Roma) 25,
             Barella (Inter) 38 (84' Tonali (Milan) 10), Politano (Napoli) 6 (75' Belotti (Torino) 6), Raspadori
             (Sassuolo) 11 (84' Zerbin (Frosinone) 1), Gnonto (FC Zürich) 2. Tr.: Mancini
HUNGARY:     Dibusz, Lang, Orban, Szalai At., Nego (58' Fiola), Nagy A. (58' Styles), Schafer, Nagy Z. (81' Bolla), 
             Sallai, Szoboszlai, Szalai Ad. (87' Adam). Tr.: Rossi
Referee: Scharer (Switzerland)
Scorers: 30' Barella, 45' Pellegrini, 61' Mancini og.
Attendance: 14.940

856.
Wolverhampton ("Molineux Stadium") – Saturday 11 June 2022, h. 19:45
ENGLAND – ITALY               0-0             Nations League (League A, Group 3, 3rd Match)
ENGLAND:      Ramsdale, James, Maguire, Tomori (88' Guehi), Trippier, Ward-Prowse, Rice (64' Phillips), Mount (64' Bowen),
              Sterling (79' Saka), Abraham (64' Kane), Grealish. Tr.: Southgate
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 46, Di Lorenzo (Napoli) 21, Gatti (Frosinone) 1, Acerbi (Lazio) 25, Dimarco
              (Inter) 3 (88' Florenzi (Milan) 49), Frattesi (Sassuolo) 2, Locatelli (Juventus) 24 (64' Esposito (SPAL) 1),
              Tonali (Milan) 11, Pessina (Atalanta) 14 (88' Cristante (Roma) 26), Scamacca (Sassuolo) 6 (77' Raspadori
              (Sassuolo) 12), Pellegrini (Roma) 24 (64' Gnonto (FC Zürich) 3). Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Marciniak (Poland)
Attendance: 1.780

857.
Mönchengladbach ("Borussia Park") – Tuesday 14 June 2022, h. 20:45
GERMANY – ITALY               5-2 (2-0)       Nations League (League A, Group 3, 4th Match)
GERMANY:      Neuer, Klostermann, Sule (87' Tah), Rudiger, Raum, Gundogan (87' Stach), Kimmich, Hofmann J. (64' Gnabry),
              Muller (75' Musiala), Sané, Werner (75' Nmecha L.). Tr.: Flick
ITALY:        Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain) 47, Calabria (Milan) 7, Mancini (Roma) 9 (78' Scamacca (Sassuolo) 7),
              Bastoni (Inter) 15, Spinazzola (Roma) 21 (65' Dimarco (Inter) 4), Frattesi (Sassuolo) 3 (46' Scalvini
              (Atalanta) 1), Cristante (Roma) 27, Barella (Inter) 39, Politano (Napoli) 7 (44' Luiz Felipe (Lazio) 1),
              Raspadori (Sassuolo) 13 (46' Caprari (Verona) 1), Gnonto (FC Zürich) 4. Tr.: Mancini
Referee: Kovacs (Romania)
Scorers: 10' Kimmich, 45'+3 Gundogan pen., 51' Muller, 68' Werner, 69' Werner, 78' Gnonto, 90+4' Bastoni
Attendance: 44.140


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